Big Talk From Small Libraries 2014: How to Stretch a Small Budget – Consider Buying Used Books
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Published on March 3, 2014
Significant savings can be had by sometimes purchasing used books instead of new for your library. Think about it – a standard used book is in the same condition as one already on your shelf that has been checked out once or twice. Purchasing used books also usually gets the books to you faster. Hear some practical tips on how to do it, and what to look out for, from a librarian who spends thousands of dollars every year on used books.